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  • Physics Factsheet: 170. Units and Unit Analysis

    Physics Factsheet: 170. Units and Unit Analysis

    Below is a list of all the main quantities you are likely to come across –though you may well come across some we have omitted!  • The symbol and unit are included so they can be dist...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 171. The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics

    Physics Factsheet: 171. The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics

    As the word ‘Thermodynamics’ suggests, these are about heat and  motion, and how ‘engines’ link the two together. Most sorts of  ‘engine’ use heat as a ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 172. Resistors and capacitors in series and parallel

    Physics Factsheet: 172. Resistors and capacitors in series and parallel

    In some circuits several resistors or capacitors may be connected  together. This sheet will help you to learn how these situations can  be dealt with and how a  network of resistors ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 173. Properties and uses of Radio Waves and Microwaves

    Physics Factsheet: 173. Properties and uses of Radio Waves and Microwaves

    We are all very familiar with radio waves and microwaves. They  have many properties and uses in common but there are some  differences due to their different ranges of wavelength....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 174. Applications of Electromagnetic Induction

    Physics Factsheet: 174. Applications of Electromagnetic Induction

    You will already know some of the ways we use electromagnetic  induction. This Factsheet aims to show you some of the more unusual  applications as well as remind you of the familiar ones!...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 175. Thermometry

    Physics Factsheet: 175. Thermometry

    • How do we measure temperature?  • How is a thermometer made and used?  • What assumptions are made when we use a thermometer?  • How do different types of therm...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 176. Use of logs

    Physics Factsheet: 176. Use of logs

    You will already know that you can plot a graph to find a relationship  between two variables. If you plot one variable against another and  get a straight line then the variables have a r...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 177. Physics of the Heart

    Physics Factsheet: 177. Physics of the Heart

    In this factsheet we are going to look at:  • how the electrical signals that control the heart’s action are generated and detected,  • how blood is pumped through the hear...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 178. Alternative Theories, Paradoxes and Contradictions

    Physics Factsheet: 178. Alternative Theories, Paradoxes and Contradictions

    Scientists may disagree about very fundamental ideas concerningthe nature of the physical world. The gradual accumulation ofevidence then causes them either to adopt one theory as correct orto regard ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 179. Important Definitions

    Physics Factsheet: 179. Important Definitions

    In A Level questions you are often asked to give definitions.Examiners have stated in their reports that a frequent cause of lossof marks is inadequate definitions. This factsheet aims to look atsome ...

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